Ma-Xu Weibang

Ma-Xu Weibang (马徐维邦, 1905-1961) was a Chinese cinema director who worked in mainland China and Hong Kong from the 1920s through the 1940s. He is possibly most recognized for his work in the horror genre, with Song at Midnight being perhaps the most significant and directly influenced by The Phantom of the Opera.

Ma-Xu Weibang Filmography


Poster for the movie "Song at Midnight"

Song at Midnight

In this Chinese version of The Phantom of the Opera, the mysterious Song Danping terrorizes the newly rebuilt opera house and its young star.